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Summer Art Camp - June 12-14

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Art


Since Fr. Edward Catich founded the St. Ambrose Art Department in 1938, students have been guided by an outstanding faculty who have created a curriculum that prepares them for a life-long involvement in the arts by developing artistic and technical skills, aesthetic judgment, critical thinking, and historical understanding.

Art students can explore programs in art education, book arts, graphic design or the fine arts. Our liberal arts approach encourages students to develop their creative ambition in a personal and independent matter, while being supported by faculty who understand that creativity and guide it towards mature statements.


Beginning Fall 2017 - New Minor in Design and Interactive Media

This new and compelling minor teaches students about the basic principles of graphic design while also providing a working knowledge of computer science. With this minor, you will gain the skills to develop integrative approaches to solving interactive media challenges using design and code. Read the requirements

Why Art at St. Ambrose?

Why Art at St. Ambrose?

Ambrose art students can explore programs in graphic design, book arts, painting, and art education. Our liberal arts approach encourages students to develop their creative ambition in a personal and independent matter.

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Facilities

Facilities

The Galvin Fine Arts Center houses the Art Department, but that's just the beginning: we also have a 1,600-square-foot studio, Mac lab, and a new printmaking studio.

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Programs

Come explore programs in graphic design, book arts, art education, art history, or painting.

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Scholarships

A scholarship in art recognizes and rewards your special gifts and can provide important financial help for your studies.

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